Jenna Dewan Tatum has insisted she and her husband Channing Tatum are not "perfect".
The 37-year-old actress has four-year-old daughter Everly with her fellow actor spouse Channing, and although the family may look picture perfect from the outside, the brunette beauty has insisted they are just like any other couple, and still have their disagreements.
Jenna - who married the 'Magic Mike' star in 2009 - said: "I think there are such things as great fits. It is a great fit as long as you are growing together, and I think up until this point we've really grown together. We've always had the same values. But we're not perfect! Are you kidding? We fight like other couples, we disagree about things, we have days where we don't really like each other."
Aside from "growing" together, the 'Step Up' actress and her 37-year-old husband make their relationship work by an intense physical attraction.
Jenna added: "I'm a very sensual person, same with Chan. It is just how we're made up, and it's a big part of how we connect. There's a real tangible physical connection.
"You know when Oprah asks, 'What do you know for sure?' [I know] The body does not lie. You can convince your mind of things, think you're in love, but your body doesn't lie. If your stomach is clenching or you feel attracted, that's all for a reason. You can't convince your body to feel something it doesn't."
But despite their strong connection, Jenna admits she isn't quite ready to take the next step with Channing and expand their brood further, although she hasn't ruled it out completely.
Speaking to reporters, she said: "I haven't yet made my decision, and I'm leaving it to the universe to show me the way. I love the idea of another child, and it might be in the cards, but I'll know when I know.
"A lot of women I know plan it, and that's their decision. They want it within three years, but that was not a possibility for us. It felt too overwhelming.
"I'm so thrilled with one child. If the desire [for another child] comes around, it will happen, that's the way I look at it."